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traffic on the roads. while kim jong ill grooms his son for succession, people are starving to death on the streets. she says north korea is like hell. >> people are very weak. many said for days in one place and the dive. i saw a person sitting by a public toilet and told them to go to the front of the market. they said they were too weak. two leaders they died -- two days later they died. >> you have money to buy food. others say many are dying of hunger outside railway stations. most people have one meal a day because the economic policies have been disastrous. >> he is weekend probably by a stroke. in made a rare visit last month. his aim was to secure support for his son's succession. a story people tell paint a grim picture of growing hardship and the growing discontent with kim jong l and his regime -- growing discontent with kim jong ill. many say he is grooming his son to take over this impoverished nation. >> this 70-year-old paid a smuggler to carry her across the river into china. her daughter was caught and now is in a political prison. >> it makes me angry. i want to sh
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.com and the style checklist, good morning to everybody. i have to remind everybody that the groom to be is flying home as we speak. you must be so happy. >> i'm so excited. it's that time. >> from the time you were a little girl, did you fantasize about the dress you would wear to your wedding? >> i don't know if i was that kind of girl that fantasized about that, but right now i'm in the moment. >> you brought your mother, mary. this is her gown from her wedding. what does it mean to you to witness your daughter going through the process? >> it's been really, really exciting. we are just so happy for both of them and excited they are getting married and this has been a wonderful experience for a small mid-western family. >> we are here to share with you and we got a sneak peek at the gowns. i have to say that jeremy chose to wear this dress, but the tux he will wear for the reception. it's important and a version of it all the grooms men will wear. let's get started. the first category is modern romance. very fitting. come on out. we were inspired by the modern feel of this. this is by a fantast
august, just after officials first learned of this latest alleged plot. "young people are groomed for the so-called holy war," a german official said in announcing the closure. "we can't accept this happening right in the middle of hamburg. and that's why we have closed this mosque today and banned the cultural association," he said. officials believe one team of german jihadists was dispatched to europe over the summer, traveling on german passports, which require no visa to enter the u.s. >> the american authorities are extremely nervous about what is going on. the germans are extremely about what is going on. >> reporter: with fears of an attack, similar to what happened in mumbai india two years ago. u.s. law enforcement officials say the captured german said the new attack would be a commando-style raid against what were described as soft or economic targets. the attacks in mumbai were against hotels, free kwepted by tourists. >> we are all seeing increased activity by a more diverse set of groups and a more diverse set of threats. >> reporter: it was just last week that u.s.
makes it so there aren't two sides to this people, that there are two grooms of people opposed to each other. somewhere down the line, all of us came here at some point, except the native americans. but yeah, i think like my mom said, just getting our voice out there, really are part of the same society, and i think our society has faced a real moral crisis where we have family values that are opposed to what our policies and laws say, and we are splitting up families. i have friends who were born here and don't speak a word of spanish and could be deported and couldn't communicate with anyone. i think putting these faces out there and showing people that immigrants are a vibrant part of civic life, that that is a really important thing for the cause. thanks. >> thank you for your comments. they are duly noted. commissioners, we are coming to close here. are there commissioners who would like to make any comments? ok. commissioner? >> first of all, i want to thank everyone who is here tonight. i want to thank the centers. but i especially want to take time to thank the people from the
, or decline in grooming. his family promised to contact me if he started to show symptoms like constant worry or trouble sleeping. >> translator: your first instinct is to reprimand an employee but in these meetings we try to increase understanding, that poor work performance can be a sign of depression. we instruct our managers to look for signs an employee might be depressed. >> reporter: another i.t. company is taking steps to prevent stress or reduce it among its a 00 workers. it has created an online bulletin board to encourage people who are working at their desks all day to communicate with each other. this woman joined the company four years ago. until recently she was never sure who to ask about work-related issues and when it was appropriate. now she can just post her questions on the bulletin board without any hesitation. she got a reply about 30 minutes later. >> translator: everybody is always busy. i feel like i can't interrupt to ask a question. so i keep all my worries bottled up. but now with this site i can easily ask for help. >> reporter: ito's question was answered by thi
. and look at our grooming program and volunteer program and many say, hey, this president chiu: hot good afternoon. madam clerk, i understand that you have an announcement. clerk calavillo: yes, due to a clerical error, we were not able to publish it in the designated newspaper in the city and county of san francisco. since this requirement is pursuant to a section code, that it be published 36 hours in advance, since it was not met, the board meeting for today is cancelled. the hearing if it were held could result in all actions being invalidated. the regular meeting of the board of supervisors september 14, 2010, 2:00 p.m., and note that the special order items scheduled for 2:31 of a similar announcement at 2:30, where as these items will be held next tuesday at 2:30. next week's meeting will be posted in accordance with state and local laws and be published in the designated official newspaper, currently "the examiner," pursuant to the charter. president chiu: colleagues, again, assuming there are no other announcements, we will not have a meeting today. we do have to reconvene at 2
, an emotional reunion for our "today's" wedding bride and groom. last night finally he and melissa were reunited hire in new york, we're going to chat with them and unveil the wedding gown. >>> let's begin with the results of the final primaries before november's midterm elections and what they mean for both parties. we're going to talk to christine o'donnell about her surprise victory in just a moment. but first we're going to talk to kelly o'donnell. >> reporter: well the tea party has toppled conventional wisdom again and here in delaware, the result is both shocking and convincing because it wasn't close. the most popular republican in the state, mike castle, he is out, democrats are suddenly very excited and o'donnell says don't count her out to get the seat that joe biden held for 36 years. >> ladies and gentlemen, the people of delaware have spoken. >> reporter: the conservative rebellion rolls over delaware's republican party brass. >> don't ever underestimate the power of we the people. >> reporter: an upset hard to imagine just a few weeks ago. conservative christine o'donnell was prop
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on their cell phone cameras. amber taylor and steve clark worked alongside taylotrainers d grooms to rescue the horses. >> it was panic. how many, how fast, how much time do we have. >> there were no chance of those getting out. 0. >> for whatever reason, we were supposed to be there. >> damage to the barns is estimated at $1.2 million. >> when you see the video, you realize that they really risked their lives to try to help. >> great to see people do something like that. >>> still ahead, d.c.'s primary race for mayor is down to the final seven days. >> first, another check on the traffic and weather every 10 minutes. >> hi, i'm caroline hardy, president of the s gma vincent palotti high school. >> we just want to say, "good morning washington." >> back-to-school it is today. 6:40 a.m. here's a look at the son getting ready to pop up over the horizon. temperatures along the bay are around 70 degrees. in laurel, 62. 52 degrees -- 62 degrees, dewpoint at 62. the air is saturated, but not much in terms of fog across the area. 58 and from royal, 58 in b owie. it will be shorts and short sleeve
. and at ozzfest, hard rocking brides and grooms can get the unholy matrimony package for just $2,666. get it? the sour economy has brought the convert industry down by 15% this year, but even during a recession, some people are still willing to pay for star treatment. >> and in these times, it was a sacrifice. but well worth it. >>> and that is going to do it for "world news" this sunday. i'm dan harris. thank you for watching. diane sawyer is right back here tomorrow night. good night. after four years, adrian fenty is now apologizing. he never apologized for giving control of $82 million in city contracts to his frat brothers. no apology for his secret trips and missed appearances, for record-high unemployment and overspending the budget.
their seats home with them. and at ozzfest, hard rocking brides and grooms can get the unholy matrimony package for just $2,666. get it? the sour economy has brought the concert industry down by about 15% this year, but even during a recession, some people are still willing to pay for star treatment. >> in these economic times, it was a sacrifice. but well worth it. >>> and that is going to do it for "world news" this sunday. i'm dan harris. thank you for watching. diane sawyer is right back here tomorrow night. good night. >> carolyn: dozens of san bruno evac wheeze are going home tonight, three days after the massive fireball killed four of their neighbors. is a they're settling in, the city confirming four people are still missing. the california public utilities commission is ordering pg&e to conduct leak surveys on all of it's lines, and the utility is interesting being asked to explain it's proceed -- procedures. >> alan: carolyn in the days ahead we're going to be hearing a
chills up my spine. >>> on a lighter note, an emotional reunion for our "today's" wedding bride and groom. jeremy has served the past seven months in ago. last night, finally, he and melissa were reunited here in new york. we'll chat with them and unveil the wedding gown and tux she selected for their big day, which is fast approaching. >> happy for them. >>> let's begin with the results of the final primaries before november's midterm elections and what they mean for both parties. we'll talk to christine o'donnell about her surprise victory in delaware in just a moment. but first, kelly o'donnell has the latest. kelly, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, meredith. well, the tea party has toppled conventional wisdom again, and here in delaware, the result is both shocking and convincing, because it wasn't close. the most popular republican in the state, mike castle, he is out. democrats are suddenly very excited and o'donnell says, don't count her out in a fight to get the seat that joe biden held for 36 years. >> ladies and gentlemen, the people of delaware have spoken. >> re
that you think we would remember here in america is that teachers rewarding support and grooming teachers are one of the most important things woo can he do and we have a prestigekind of press teen deficit in america and we don't truly value our teachers. if we are going to say our children are our future we need to put the most talented person there in the classroom to teach them. >> the film received a tremendous amount of critical acclaim and priz praise but not without its detractors as well. some feel that you are putting the blame on the unions. how do you respond? >> we made a commitment that we were going to call out all of the obstacles and all of the adults that were not putting kids interests first. there is a lot of those in the movie and one is the teachers unions in so far as to question some things like protecting bad teachers or maybe how you get tenure or the fact that really amazing teachers that are teaching students and doing amazing things are not getting rewarded. i think to question those things is healthy. i don't think it means you are against unions. i am in a un
people are groomed, radicalized, and prepared for the so-called holy war," a german official said in announcing the closure. "we can't accept this happening in front of our eyes right in the middle of hamburg, and that's why we have closed this mosque today and have banned the cultural association," he says. officials now believe at least one team of german jihadists was dispatched to europe over the summer, traveling on german passports which require no visa to enter the u.s. >> the american authorities are extremely nervous about what is going on, the germans are extremely nervous about what is going on. >> reporter: the fears of an attack similar to what happened in mumbai, india, two years ago. u.s. law enforcement officials say the captured german said the new attack would be a commando-style raid against what were described as soft or economic targets. the attacks in mumbai were against hotels frequented by tourists. >> we are all seeing increased activity by a more diverse set of groups and a more diverse set of threats. >> reporter: it was just last week that u.s. official
next, our monday mega panel will weigh in. interesting grooming. thanks. i got the idea from general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills makes getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. ♪ every day, it's getting closer ♪ ♪ going faster than a roller coaster ♪ ♪ love like yours will surely come my way ♪ ♪ a-hey, a-hey-hey ♪ every day, it's getting faster ♪ [ male announcer ] at&t and blackberry have teamed up to evolve the smartphone. business, meet fun. fun, business. at&t. rethink possible. business, meet fun. fun, business. no oil has flowed into the gulf for weeks, but it's just the beginning of our work. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that includes keeping you informed. my job is to listen to the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel and restaurant workers and find ways to help. that means working with communities. we have 19 centers in 4 state
a sure winner that beau biden son of senator groomed since infancy to inherit the father's seat pulled out when he saw that castle was the republican opponent. i think a lot is going to hinge on that. otherwise, people will say she was irresponsible in areas, races like that and she will be judged on how many seats are won in the end from the democrats, not so much of her strength inside republican party. >> chris: do you think her candidates and how they do on november 2 could have significant impact on her viability as candidate for 2012? >> absolutely. you can almost argue some of the internal races we have seen in delaware and elsewhere, are an index of her strength as presidential candidate. proxies. she has shown she is strong internally and has a real constituency and a reasonable chance to win the nomination. people will ask is she electable. there will also be a proxy on the question in november how did her candidates do against democrats? >> they'll ask that but i think the value of her endorsement or anybody else's you exaggerate. if you're underdog candidate and palin endor
his youngest son as military yen. experts say he is now being groomed to take over from his father who is in poor health. >>> a group of former air force veterans maintain that alien outer pace are visiting u.s. nuclear missile sites. >> a white pulsating light in the sky. >> dark metallic in appearance with strange markings. >> these seven air force nuclear missile veterans claim to have seen ufos over 1960s nuke already missile sites that they say briefly shut down when the ufo was there. they have produced documents reouncing these things. >> a fully illuminated round object was hovering silently over the missile silo and shining a light down onto it. >> then from this dead stop, it shoots off to the east just like now you see it, now you don't. >> the u.s. air force office of special investigate headquarters at andrews air force base says it is not aware of any open case of ufos are alien sightings at any nuclear missile rings. >>> the man behind the segway is dead. he was killed in an apparent segway accident. james heselden's body was pulled from a river in northern england on su
and grooming teachers are one of the most important things we do and we have a cultural kind of prestige deficit in america and we don't truly value our teachers. if we are going to say our children are our future we need to put the most talented person in the classroom to teach them kimberly seems to make sense. the film has received a tremendous amount of critical acclaim and praise but not without its detractors as well. some people feel you are placing the blame squarely in the lap of the unions and isolateing that as the problems. how do you respond? >> we made a commitment when we started the project we would call out all of the obstacles and all of the adults that were not putting kids' interests firsts. there is a lot of them in the movie and one is the teachers' unions insofar as to question some things like protecting bad teachers or maybe how you get tenure or the fact that really amazing teachers that are teaching students and doing amazing things are not getting rewarded. i think to question the things is healthy. it doesn't mean you are against unions. i have been in a unio
night, especially for the bride and groom. talking about invitations who you want to invite, whether they can bring a plus one. that's on the invitation. what if somebody comes to you after the fact asking to bring someone? what is a polite way of saying you already have a head count and you can't go over it? >> just what you said. a polite way is, you're on a budget. you can't go over the count. currently, until all the rsvps are in, you must decline that plus one. if it changes, go ahead and do it. a good rule for guests being invited, if it says mr. john smith, you're invited by yourself. >> i yourself. and i can't help but notice the beautiful flowers here. how important are flowers? you brought these in. >> i did. >> they can be costly as well. >> they can be. think about in seasonal blooms and large blooms. hydrangea. flowers that take up a lot of space. if you use them, you don't have to use as many. flowers are an integral part. it does set the tone. they're beautiful. you don't have to go crazy. you don't have to break the bank. >> most people like to see a beautiful bouquet
. >> reporter: his hair was matted and dirty and he's been shaved and groomed. people who live in the apartment building where he was found are outraged he was tossed out and left to die. >> what? how can someone do it to the dog? maybe someone couldn't pay the rent for the dog. they charge you rent around here. >> reporter: whatever the reason, that is a crime, misdemeanor animal crueltiy with a penalty of up to six months in jails and fines up to $500. >> someone has an animal they can't care for anymore, they need to bring the animal into the shelter and throwing it out with the trash is inexcusable. >> reporter: the humane society is desperately looking for help from the public andy that offering a reward, $1,000 for anyone with -- from within any -- anyone with information leading to a arrest in the district. >> and the humane society will hold on to the dog for a few days while they try to find the owner and they will put tiny thomas up for adoption. >>> a worker plunged 30 feet into a well. crews worked for more than an hour to get them back. the man was conscious and alert whole stuck i
, tail by tail. >> they groom them. they clean up after them r it is nice to have an animal in the classroom. a lot of them don't have pe. it just allows them to have a -- >> reporter: the teachers here say dogs like cruiser help the kids with much more than just reading. >> you ask anyone who haseen around these dogs. they seem to pick out the kids that need them that day. they don question it. they just let it happen. >> they love them no matter what. if they have a bad day or you've done something you shouldn't do. you can always talk to the dog. the dog wo't judge you. still love you. they need some connection. >> reporter: in these classroom, there is no suc thing as-stick your nose where it doesn't belong. sometime all you need is love and support and someone to lend a friendly paw to make it through t day. >> man's best friend becomes one of man's best teacher's aides. the children also read aloud to the dogs. absenteeism is dwn where those classroom where the dogs are. >> be sure to watch our education nation reports all next week on news4 at 5:00 and "nbc nightly ne
that they're making is that the bishop would take these young men when they were 14 or 15 and begin to groom them. this is coming from the attorney representing all three. by the time they regiached the e of 16, he would in effect make his move on them. all three charging that he pressured them into sex. one of them claiming that he took the young man to australia for his 18th birthday and was pressured into having sexual contact on that trip. here's what the spokesperson for the bishop had to say yesterday. take a listen. >> there's a lot of things being said out there. but before rushing to judgment on the bishop long in the court of public opinion, i really hope you will look at guys that are throwing mud. >> reporter: now, one of those guys who has levelled the accusations against the bishop is a 20-year-old named maurice robinson who was arrested in connection to stealing from a church. there's no word if these allegations have anything to do with with the the arrest from over the summer. that case is still pending. this city is absolutely buzzing. >> ron mott in delawacatur, geo. >>> a
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just watching my personal grooming. and one of the things that i have to stress is that regardless of what my hair do happens to be or where i work and it's been nine great years here at fox and i hope it goes nine more, you know, if i can live that long, the audience has stayed with me and as with you, and that is the ultimate testament, you know. that's the ultimate justification or -- >> two long island guys like rivera and me can do it, you know. we'll be watching this weekend. great clips coming up. be sure to check out geraldo's book "the great progression" which comes out in paperback next week. when we come right back, dennis miller will comment on what geraldo said about the arizona deal and also on al sharpton's criticism of glenn beck and his washington rally. miller is next. >> thanks for staying with us fortunately i'm bill o'reilly. in the miller time segment tonight, we'll go to the sage of southern california that joins us now from los angeles. i'm really upset about this arizona u.n. state department deal. i just think it's so insulting to this country and the oba
. >> whether that's speeding or personal grooming or talking on their cell phone. and because of that, their driving is not where it should be. >> reporter: to simulate the impact of distracted driving, i navigated what might replicate a narrow residential street or mall parking lot. the officer rode shog. was that the long before the first text arrived. >> if you could read the e-mail to me out loud. >> reporter: it says, got it. an adjustment here. next distraction, a call. at the same time my passenger is giving directions. >> hi. it's julie. >> head straight down the straightaway. >> reporter: yeah. >> almost -- >> reporter: okay. i'm sorry? >> we're almost at a complete stop. there are problem is i'm supposed to be going 25. the last challenge? reading directions to a caller while navigating cones. i almost made it. the officers say the kind of driving i just did is exactly what they will be watching for. and they will be perched inside unmarked high profile vehicles like this pick-up so they can really see whether is causing the bad driving. >> they see a car that's braking for
what women do to substage their careers. citibank claims that women groom in public, sit demurely and ask permission to too often and offer a limp handshake. it was posted online. the banking giant gave this response. it is not part of a formal human resources communications or any other communications or training program including citi's global programs on women's leadership. joining me gloria allred and her client. thank you both for being here this will evening. gloria, i will begin with you. how do you think this will affect your lawsuit against citibank? >> if there is true and they haven't said that they didn't have any one from hr distribute it, they just said it is not part of a formal communication i would argue it is evidence of sex discrimination. all women are not alike. secondly, it encourages negative stereo types and generalizations about women and criticizes women for playing fair and says that men stretch the rules and are not punished. is citibank stretching the rules where it comes to discrimination? it is just wrong to disseminate this at all and particularly i
the squirrel and grooming him. the squirrel thinks he's a cat because he likes to purr. ♪ pants on the ground. >> greta: yes pants on the ground an on the record favorite. we never dreamed the "american idol" hit would be used by a judge. during a suspected drug deal in minnesota police told a suspect to put his hands in the air. when he raised his articles his already drooping pants fell to the ground. when an officer pulled the pans up she found a gun. the man's lawyers challenged the legality of the pants hoisting. a judge ruled pulling up the man's pants did not violate his rights. saying we are confident our opinion will not be misconstrued to suggest that an officer can meddle with a person's clothes to refrain, pants on the ground. there you have the best of the rest. >> leaked information about president obama's new book. vice president biden is not going to like this. stay tuned. hi. you know, if we had let fedex office pri our presentation, they could have shipped it too. saved ourselves the hassle. i'm not too sure about this. look at this. [ security agent ] right. you never kick
to the experts, keep it. but he is clearly grooming this young man to take over and one would assume it means on the day that kim chong-il dies that he, this 20-something-year-old, will have his finger on the nuclear but the top but, again, the experts say that there are competing factions and kim chong-il could be trying to position his son here, there are others who will compete. his sister was named a general yesterday. that gives her a lot of power. her husband is a powerful voice in her ear and in the ear of this young son. and those two, the sister of kim chong-il and her husband, may decide when it comes to it they don't like the idea of being the key advisors but they want all the power so there could be a power struggle. no one knows what will happen when kim chong-il dies. the chinese will certainly be trying to interfere. it is an opportunity for the u.s. to remake relations but it is an opportunity, too, that is filled with danger. >>shepard: it is late at fight there. i have in idea why they would release this information now but they try to manipulate the news cycle over here an
republican heavy hitters are racing to the right. we'll be right back. interesting grooming. thanks. i got the idea from general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills makes getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. an easy choice. words alone aren't enough. our job is to listen and find ways to help workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set up a $20 billion independently-run claims fund. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. i'm gonna be here until we make this right. >>> we're back and we're breaking down the gop's race to the right. big republican names, some members of the tea party, others terrified they'll be topple led by it, are gathered now for the annual voter's summit. christine o'donnell spoke moments ago. >> the conservative movement was tol
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. that could signal potential grooming to take over the country. news came during a workers party meeting. >>> a murder conviction for the drunk driver would killed a baseball player from maryland. a jury convicted andrew gallo in the detect of nick adenhart and two others. he was driving drunk last year when he slammed into their car. he faces more than 50 years in prison. adenhart, a graduate of a high school in maryland. >>> before you get behind the wheel, put your cell phone down. maryland is about to go hands- free. but is the law tough enough? >>> also coming up in just a few moments, we've got more rainfall this morning. some of that rain is high-def qhi. we'll show you where it is. -- some of that rain is heavy. julie wright will be along to take a look at traffic. fox 5 news will be right back. >>> take a look outside it capitol dome. beautiful shot right there. we do have a little bit of rain out there some some places. we'll talk that b. that. still dealing with some major flooding in the midwest. the wisconsin river poured into a rural nei
millan and jeremy gephart are our bride and groom. eight daysway. >> we're so exted. >> you just got back from afghanistan, is this even sinking in for you yet, jeremy? >> it's starting to, but it's all coming way too fast. >> a lot in a short period of time. we're going to reveal the bridesmaids' dresses if you're ready. this is what the bridesmaids and the flower girl will be wearin i think you recognize this dress. it's being worn by your real maid of honor, alexis longo. are you surprised to see her? >> yes, i'm so excited. i wish i could hug you. >> you can hug her. what do you think of the dresses? >> you lookbsolutely beautiful and abby, you look so nice. >> that dress can be used as a dress with sleeves or a halter. >> i'm so excited, you look great. >> you want to stick around and taste some cake? that's what we're going to do now, we're bringing in gail simmons from top chef. >> you're the perfect one to do this because you also have a new show top che just desserts. >> i love cake. i brought you four choices "today," all very different. you want to taste some cake? they cater to the
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